Update from the developer:
The property is for the purpose of apartment privatization according to § 8 WEG in 18 residential units (1,300.54 m2) divided up. There are also 10 parking spaces available. In the previous quarters, six residential units (427.45 m2) were sold for a total purchase price of € 1,010,000.00 and five parking spaces were also sold in one purchase price totaling € 10,000.00. In the current quarter, another eleven residential units (797.58 m2) were sold at a purchase price of € 1,824,000.00 and five parking spaces were also sold at a purchase price for a total of € 10,000.00. The purchase price receipts, partly also from the previous quarters, are recorded.
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The university town of Oldenburg is the third largest town in Lower Saxony and has about 168,000 inhabitants - and the number is rising. Forecasts assume a population growth of 6.6% from 2017 to 2031 to then 179,000 inhabitants. This way the
|Great interest, short term|
The interest rate of 6.0% p.a. represents a very attractive rate of return for residential portfolio properties. With a planned duration of twelve months, the project will be completed within a very manageable period for real estate. A plus is also the half-yearly interest rate. The first interest payment is already due on 31.12.2020. In the event of premature termination of the investment by the issuer, for the first time from the 9th month after the start of the loan, the lender is entitled to a one-off payment of a bonus interest of 2% p.a. in addition to the fixed interest rate, based on each month of the loan amount not taken up. This increases the lender's annual return.
The investment has several securities for the investor. The issuer offers investors security in the form of a subordinate land charge in the amount of the financing amount on the property as well as another property in the immediate vicinity of Lilienthalstrasse. In addition, the purchase price claims against all creditors including interest are assigned. In addition, the Issuer will not take up any further financing for the investment object which is equal to or has priority over the financing arranged by iFunded. In addition, the parent company d.i.i. Deutsche Invest Immobilien GmbH guarantees the full amount of the financing.
The Issuer is a subsidiary of d.i.i. Deutsche Invest Immobilien GmbH. The parent company was founded in 2006 and has since developed into a renowned housing company with 14,000 residential units. Deutsche Invest Immobilien manages real estate assets worth 2.3 billion euros.
The issuer d.i.i. 101 Immobilien GmbH is a subsidiary of d.i.i. Deutsche Invest Immobilien GmbH. The parent company was founded in 2006 and has since developed into a renowned asset manager with 178 employees. The aim is to increase the value of the residential properties in the portfolio through targeted investments.
Thanks to an extremely focused investment and development strategy in residential real estate in the catchment areas such as Northern Germany, Rhine-Main, Rhine-Ruhr and Rhine-Neckar, the co-investments generate returns that are above market levels. d.i.i. sees itself as a fully integrated asset manager that internally maps all value enhancement levers. The assets under management are currently around EUR 2.3 billion.
|Project||An apartment building|
|Living space||1,301 m²|
|Occupancy rate||Fully occupied|
|Location||Lilienthalstraße 7-11, 26129 Oldenburg|
|Minimum duration||12 months|
|Repayment||Sale of the property|
|Interest rate payments||Every six months|
Macro location Oldenburg
The university town of Oldenburg is the third largest town in Lower Saxony and has about 168,000 inhabitants - and the number is rising. The city has an inland port with excellent connections to the A28 and A29 motorways.
An internal administrative forecast of the city of Oldenburg predicts a population growth of 6.6 % from 2017 until 2031 to 179,000 inhabitants. This means that Oldenburg will grow by around 11,000 people by then. As a result, demand for residential real estate will remain high.
High purchasing power
At 102.6, the retail-relevant purchasing power level of the city is above average, both in terms of the average values (98.2) of the relevant city size class of 100,000 - 200,000 inhabitants and in relation to the national average (100.0). The oldest, comprehensive pedestrian zone in Oldenburg's charming old town gives its retail trade a radiance that extends beyond the Oldenburg region to Bremen.
In addition to a number of hard location factors, there are also many soft factors such as the quality of life (1.73), the image of the city (1.95), medical care and the range of universities and institutes ( 2.01 each), the quality of living (2.14) and the cultural and leisure facilities (2.16), which are rated as good or very good.
The residential building at Lilienthalstraße 7 to 11 is located in the Bloherfelde district, which is in the western part of Oldenburg. It is only three kilometres to the city centre. The neighborhood is characterized by high tree population and offers suburban charm. In addition, the surroundings are very green due to the Kennedy and Bloherfelder ponds, which provide excellent local recreation opportunities. The Carl von Ossietzky University and the city centre are also within easy reach. The Wildenloh forest and recreation area, which covers about 190 hectares, is very popular. Thanks to its excellent public transport links and long-distance travel, whether by train or car, Bloherfelde is also a suitable home for commuters.
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